News and Articles About Gender differences
'The biological clock and the career clock are in total conflict with each other. So were screwed,' she joked, speaking at The Aspen Ideas Festival on Monday.
A new study suggests that a key contributor in how girls form their professional ambition is how much their father contributes around the house.
The authors of 'Gender Intelligence,' out this month, argue companies should recognize the value of thinking differently and blend the talents of men and women -- at all levels of leadership.
A new book by two journalists suggests women and men differ in their confidence levels.
As of late, there has been a lot of news about female employees at startups. Here are a few reason to get women on board.
Silicon Valley, among other entrepreneurial hubs, has long been thought of as a boy's club. One startup went against the grain and couldn't be happier with the results.
Lean In, Girl Scouts of the USA and others are partnering up to bring Sheryl Sandberg's message of empowered female leadership to playgrounds and classrooms.
Ahead of International Women's Day, here's a look at where women have made improvements and where they are still falling a step behind.
Women between the ages of 25 and 34 are earning 93 percent of what men earn, according to a new survey.
She's a former big-business CEO but isn't much of a Twitter user, so far.
Set to a cleverly rewritten version of a Beastie Boys classic, this video gives this toy-making startup a big marketing boost.
Women tend to undersell their vision compared to men when pitching VCs, but there's more to successful pitching than a big promise. Here's one CEO's lessons.
A new report measures the rates of female entrepreneurship and the sentiments of female business owners around the world.
A failed congressional campaign inspired Reshma Saujani to launch Girls Who Code, a non-profit that seeks to address the gender gap in technology.
Looking to get more out of networking? Here are four tips to help you make your efforts more productive.
Both men and women can benefit from better understanding gender-specific communication styles. Consider these tips to start you on your way to success in networking with the opposite sex for your business.
Men often go for the transaction immediately, rather than nurturing networking relationships as women do. Solve this chicken-or-egg conundrum before you embark on your networking efforts.
Men and women approach networking from two different directions, but if you want to build relationships and create opportunities, you need to find common ground.
Does gender affect how investment decisions are made?